Saturday, October 29, 2011

Saturday Review

Today I have the pleasure of reviewing The Woof In The Wedding Plans by Regina Duke.

The Book Blurb:

Wedding plans are well along, but Terri hates the plans and hates the planner! She has adopted a German shepherd, but he thinks he belongs to Russ (her future husband), and Russ's two shepherds are not happy about it. Although Russ is the man of Terri's dreams, her future father-in-law is turning into the man of her nightmares. Her job may be in danger as well. Now one phone call throws her life into turmoil. Something has happened to Russ!

Come along for the ride as Terri tries to salvage her marriage plans and save her man.This novella is fast-paced and if you love dogs...and who doesn't love a best friend...then you'll really enjoy The Woof In The Wedding Plans.

My thoughts:

I especially enjoyed the opening sceen when the dog has his goal set at getting to the wedding cake and ends up with pink frosting all around his muzzle.  Then I thoroughly enjoyed her trying to handle three large dogs in her compact car.   Yes, I too believe that dogs can smile...and pout.

This suspense is filled with a enough twists and turns to keep you engaged and clicking to turn the pages until suddenly you're at the end...and wanting another chapter in the lives of Russ and Terri.

Click on the link below to go to Amazon to enjoy her story today.
The Woof In The Wedding Plans

If you'd like to take a peek at her other offerings, click on one of the links below.I
North Rim Delight

Trickster and Other Stories

And have a great Saturday reading a good book!


  1. Nice write-up, Sandra. The book sounds like a fun read. :)

  2. Hi Carol,
    Yes, it was a fun read...I enjoyed it.

    Thanks for dropping by.

  3. Sandra, I hope it's okay to jump in here and thank you for the lovely review. Being a guest on your blog was great fun!

    Regina Duke

  4. Sounds like a winner, Sandra and Regina. Headed over to Amazon now!

  5. Pam,
    Thanks for dropping by and enjoy the book!

  6. Regina,
    It was my pleasure having you as a guest. Best of luck with sales on your books and come back to visit any time.